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Judge hears challenge to DC -area sniper's life sentence
An attorney for a man convicted as a teenager of taking part in deadly sniper attacks that terrorized the Washington area argued before a suburban Maryland judge that his young client's life sentence is unconstitutional
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's Teen Brain May Have Pushed Him to Violence
Dylan Klebold, the depressed senior at Columbine High School, had Eric Harris. Washington, D.C., Beltway sniper Lee Boyd Malvo had John Allen Muhammad. And just last week at the Boston Marathon bombings, suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev had his 26-year-old brother, Tamerlan Tsarnaev. Klebold, Malvo and
UVa. Lacrosse Killer George Huguely Appeals for New Trial
George Huguely's Attorneys Claim Jurors Didn't Understand the Meaning of Malice
Newtown Massacre: What Is a Bushmaster .223?
Sources: Shooter's Mom Bought Assault-Style Rifle and Two Pistols From 2010-2012
Batman and 8 More Films and Shows That Inspired Real Crimes
While the motives of suspected Colorado shooter James Holmes remain a mystery, it's clear that he was inspired, at least in part, by Batman . The 24-year-old said "I am the Joker" when arrested by police early Friday morning, and the massacre that went down inside the Century 16 theater has
Nov. 17: “Heidi” Interrupts Football Broadcast; Nixon’s “I Am Not a Crook” Remarks; D .C . Sniper Conviction
1968 “Heidi” Interrupts Football Game Football fans were outraged when the made-for-TV movie “Heidi” interrupted an exciting game between the Oakland Raiders and New York Jets. With 65 seconds left to play, NBC dropped the game to broadcast the children’s movie “Heidi.” The Jets were...
Oct. 24: United Nations Day; D.C. Snipers Arrested; Concorde’s Last Flight
United Nations Day: The United Nations was officially established Oct. 24, 1945. After World War II, the United Nations formed as international peace-keeping coalition. Fifty-one countries committed to the United Nations Charter in 1945; there are 193 member states now in the U.N. The first...
Oct. 2: Day in History
Since 2007, Oct. 2 — the birth anniversary of Indian leader Mahatma Gandhi — has been observed as the International Day of Non-Violence . Around the world, people, governments and groups have honored the day with news articles, lectures, exhibitions, ceremonies and prayer meetings. 1950...
DC Sniper Lee Boyd Malvo Tells William Shatner Other Shooters Involved in Plot
Police will once again question DC sniper Lee Boyd Malvo, after the convicted serial killer said for the first time in a TV interview with actor William Shatner that two other men were initially part of the bloody plot that terrorized the Washington area and left 10 people dead in 2002. "There were
William Shatner's 'Confessions of the D .C . Sniper'
William Shatner we all know the name but when you think about you don't normally think of him as a hard hitting interview. But that's exactly what he's doing now he's going to bring us a conversation he had. With Lee malveaux one of the DC why. sneak peek at his new series called aftermath. About